Kids will love the bouncy fun of The Jump Smart Trampoline and you'll love that it doubles as a learning toy! This electronic mini trampoline features 5 great games: bounce counting, silly sounds, musical statues, animal sounds and memory matches. Kids will have a blast as they jump along with these fun learning games and silly songs!
Requires 3 AA batteries (NOT INCLUDED).
Measures approximately 42" long x 36" wide x 40" high. Maximum weight capacity is 80 lbs.
Our Customers Love the JumpSmart Trampoline!
"My kids (that son and my 4 year old daughter) LOVE that thing. Instead of sitting on the couch when the T.V. is on, they jump! They use it also when they are just playing and it is always a big hit when other kids come over. A great product, we've gotten great value from it. Cheers." - Angie C.
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If ever there was a "tire your kid out" toy, this is it!
It needs a fold down handle. Spring loaded latch or bolts, anything. I cannot move this toy from room to room, or even take it outside (as suggested on packaging) without disassembling the frame structure.
We love this toy for our daughter! It was a pain to assemble, and even more of a pain to move around the house due to the lack of folding handle.
Nice size, nice quality. Will get a number of years out of this toy.
I wish were more volume settings.
I didn't find this particularly difficult to put together. Based on reviews of various trampolines, I was expecting it to be very hard. I put most of it together on my own, and my husband helped with the parts that needed to sets of hands. Altogether it took about an hour - no big deal.
My son loves it, although he doesn't seem quite heavy enough to set off the sensor on every jump (but he's a lightweight at 26lbs). He doesn't really seem to notice.
I do wish that there were more volume settings though. It is seriously the most deafeningly loud toy I've ever heard. I have layered 4 pieces of felt and duct tape over the speaker just to dampen the sound a little, and it is still plenty loud to be heard on the softer of the two volume settings. Yikes!
Son enjoys it, physiotherapist recommended it
Instructions need way more details and more pictures
I've got 3 degrees and decent visual spatial abilities according to testing. Took myself and engineer brother a while to build and we engaged in several trial and error fittings that we had to backtrack and adjust. It did get built just much harder than I would have guessed. Takes some misleading as well, be sure to have help.